Category Archives: Silver

Historical charts and analysis of silver in the past 5 and 10 years plus basic market informations.

Silver 5 year charts of performance and historical outlook

Silver is often referred as an investment alternative of gold. However silver’s market is not completely similar to gold’s market – there are a lot of different background factors affecting silver’s price.

(Differences between gold and silver are highlighted in the 5 year gold-silver comparison charts.)

5 year price chart of silver*

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Silver 10 years charts of performance

Silver is often referred to as an investment alternative of gold. However silver’s market is not completely similar to gold’s market – there are a lot of different background factors affecting silver’s price.

(Differences between gold and silver are highlighted in the 5 year gold-silver comparison charts.)

10 year silver spot price chart

Silver performance chart in the past 10 years

Silver performance against inflation in the last 10 years

10 year chart of silver spot price*

Silver’s 10 year history covers the entire financial crysis and 1-2 years preceeding it. Today it is cca. 30$ below its peak (cca. 48$ vs $18). Long term trend is questionable. Continue reading Silver 10 years charts of performance

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Silver market basic informations

We collected a couple of things that are good to know regardless of you are speculating for silvers’s price, a silver mine stock, or buying tangible silver:

Silver consumption

Pure gold and silver are very soft and ductile. On the other hand their alloy is a lot more suitable for making coins or jewelry, eg.: white 9 carat gold contains 62.5% silver and 37.5% gold, 18 carat gold contains 75% gold and 25% silver.

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